in a stupor

in a stupor

in a dazed condition; in a condition in which one cannot concentrate or think. The drunk driver walked away from the car accident in a stupor. In the morning, Mary remains in a stupor until she drinks coffee.
References in classic literature ?
Tudor, at the time, was lying in a stupor with fever in a late camp five miles away, the main camp having moved on those five miles in order to prospect an outcrop of likely quartz.
Little Ona is nearly ready to faint--and half in a stupor herself, because of the heavy scent in the room.
On the bed beside the window lay Jonathan Harker, his face flushed and breathing heavily as though in a stupor.
Van Helsing whispered to me, "Jonathan is in a stupor such as we know the Vampire can produce.
Jo is in a sleep or in a stupor to-day, and Allan Woodcourt, newly arrived, stands by him, looking down upon his wasted form.